The National Education Information System, or NEIS, is a computer network maintained by South Korea's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology. It contains records on every teacher and student in South Korea, and is built on a Linux-style platform.
The implementation of the NEIS in 2003 nearly touched off a nationwide teacher's strike by the Korean Teachers' Union, which continues to advocate passive resistance to the system. The NEIS has being managed by KERIS(Korea Education and Research Information Service; http://www.keris.or.kr) since its opening.
The NEIS website is located at , but can be accessed only from authorized computers.